Using Virtual Reality for Stakeholder Engagement: An Online Conference in Second Life®

Thursday, July 16, 2009
11am-5pm Eastern

Presented by PublicDecisions
Co-sponsored by
§         Learning Times
§         NY University Law School/Institute for Information Law and Policy
§         Public Agenda

§         Involve
§         National Issues Forum Institute
Why just talk with stakeholders about environmental management (or any other subject)? Let them experience it!

Conducted entirely in the virtual world Second Life, this one-day conference will provide you with the opportunity to experience and learn about the possibilities of hosting stakeholder learning events using virtual reality.

You’ll participate in presentations (including a virtual deliberation held in Second Life), discussions . . . even “field trips” that demonstrate how virtual reality is being used for stakeholder learning today.

What You’ll Learn:
► The benefits and drawbacks of working with stakeholders in Second Life, including when it’s appropriate, efficient and effective—and when it’s not
â–º How Second Life differs from other technologies used for stakeholder engagement
► How Second Life can be used for a range of subject areas, including—but not limited to—environmental management
► Tips for using Second Life effectively, including how to access existing “islands” or spaces within Second Life’s virtual world and how to create your own space

View the conference agenda

No Experience Needed
You don’t need prior experience with Second Life to attend, but you will need to create a Second Life account (it’s free) in order to participate.

An orientation for registrants new to Second Life (and those who want a refresher) will be provided prior to the conference.

WHERE
Online, in Second Life

FEE
Seats are Limited to the First 75 Registrants
$75 USD for Circle Club members, $85 USD for nonmembers

Registration includes the PublicDecisions post-event report, “Using Virtual Reality for Stakeholder Engagement”

Not a Circle Club member? Join now. Membership is free and you can unsubscribe at any time.

QUESTIONS? Contact Paul Coelus

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